byRichard A. McGee Correctional Training Center Video Production Unit.
California Department of Corrections video. Explores issues facing victims and their families, and includes personal accounts from the victims. Topics: vhs, crime, victims, violence Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Dramatizations demonstrate how correctional officers and prison guards and workers should respond if they are taken hostage. Discusses some of the reasons behind hostage taking and offers instructions on dealings with captors Topic: Crime And Criminals.
Roberto Lovato, who grew up on Folsom near 25th Street during the 1970s, describes how his father was involved in the "alternative economy" centered on Hunt's Donuts at 20th and Mission, and how it benefitted his extended Salvadoran families in San Francisco and in El Salvador. Topics: Crime, Salvadoran community, Mission District
Recounts the high occurrence of street crimes, including theft, burglary, assault, and rape. Shows how the behavior of the victim often encourages criminals. Suggests ways of protecting the individual as well as his property from attack. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topics: crime, self-defense
byShirer, William L. (William Lawrence), 1904-1993. Rise and fall of the Third Reich; Films Incorporated
Views the war crimes trials at Nuremberg, evaluating the evidence that showed the involvement of the defendants and giving the verdict of the special international tribunal. Notes that some legalists continue to debate the validity of the trials. From the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich series, based on the book by William L. Shirer Topics: Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals (Germany : 1945-1946), Nuremberg Trial of Major...
Produced in 1942 by the American group called United China Relief, "This is China" uses newsreel and travelogue footage to present a portrait of "our friends and allies" -- the Chinese people. United China Relief was founded in 1941 in New York City for the purpose of raising funds to aid the Chinese people during times of national crisis. The main function of United China Relief was to provide funds for the relief and rehabilitation of the Chinese people. Ancillary goals... Topics: China, World War II, Rape Nanking, Shanghai Greenland F.C, Refugee, War Crime, Propaganda Film
This WWII War Bond film, titled simply "EVERY WAR BOND KILLS A JAP!", was made to encourage the purchase of bonds and stamps in support of the war effort. The film contains startling images of Japanese war atrocities, including images of Chinese babies being thrown onto bayonets, the burying of human beings alive, the Nanking massacre, and wanton killing of civilians. Justice for the soldiers of Japan is needed, and the film makes clear that the only way that these crimes will be... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Massacre, War Crime, China, World War II
"Nuremberg: It's Lesson for Today" was made by the Office of Military Government for Germany in May of 1947 under the auspices of the OSS Field Photographic Unit headed by John Ford. In the summer of 1945, Ford dispatched Stuart to Europe to hunt for Nazi films that could be used at the Nuremberg trial. His older brother Budd, of higher rank, followed and led what became a small team of editors and writers. During a frenzied 4-month period, the Schulberg brothers and their colleagues... Topics: Nazism, Genocide, Stuart Schulberg, Concentration Camps, Nazi Party, The Holocaust, War Crime,...
byWaldear, Gordon; Marans, Gerald; National Educational Television and Radio Center; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)
The Born Criminal SummaryDiscus./ia he relationship between heredity and criminality. Points out common misconceptions concerning physical characteristics as acause of crime. Explains the fallacies in Lombroso's theories of crimin.lty. Stresses the need for education in the area of genetic inheritance as related to criminal tendencies. Investigates the world of the 21st century with particular reference to patterns of communication and their projected impact upon man. Topics: Crime, Criminals, Heredity, Human, Criminal anthropology, Crime, Criminal anthropology, Criminals,...
byNational Educational Television and Radio Center; University of Indiana. Audio-Visual Center
Producer, Jim Karayn; director, Max Shindler; editor, Howard Milken Examines the major Supreme Court rulings in the areas of school desegregation and civil rights, reapportionment, and criminal procedure in light of the consequences of the decisions. Presents an evaluation of these decisions by allies and critics of Earl Warren Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Discusses major Supreme Court rulings in the areas of school desegregation,... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Warren, Earl, 1891-1974, United States. Supreme Court, Series: The... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
"Nuremberg: It's Lesson for Today" was made by the Office of Military Government for Germany in May of 1947 under the auspices of the OSS Field Photographic Unit headed by John Ford. In the summer of 1945, Ford dispatched Stuart Schulberg to Europe to hunt for Nazi films that could be used at the Nuremberg trial. His older brother Budd, of higher rank, followed and led what became a small team of editors and writers. During a frenzied 4-month period, the Schulberg brothers and their... Topics: War crime, Nazism, Nuremberg Trials, Concentration Camp, WW2, Genocide, Stuart Schulberg, Germany,...
Produced in 1938 by the United Council for Civilian Relief in China, an organization led by Theodore Roosevelt Jr., this film vividly shows the nation of China under assault by the Japanese Imperial Army and documents the brutality of the invaders. The UCCR was created before U.S. involvement in WWII when the nation was technically a neutral power. Some Americans however felt it was important to speak out against Japanese aggression and the war crimes that were being committed. The film... Topics: China, American Propaganda During World War II, Chiang Kai-shek, Propaganda Film, Rape of Nanking,...
Originally aired on 04/29/1975 on NBC. A sober and frightening examination of the grave effects of the rising explosion of handguns. Criminals, victims, and law enforcement officers speak on the proliferation of handguns. Examines the effects on all our lives of the increasing use of handguns. Includes interviews with criminals, victims and law enforcement officers speaking on the proliferation of handguns and the related problems. Report on the proliferation of handguns in the US. Included is... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: A Shooting Gallery Called America? Firearms -- United States, Crime -- United States, Crime,...